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Do you have a 6 lug 44 Koyn? How much did the rcv shafts cost you?
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Do you have a 6 lug 44 Koyn? How much did the rcv shafts cost you?
nope I have 5 lug outers

the shafts I ordered directly from rcv, I believe they were $1240
but if you use the pirate 4x4 discount code you get $50 off making them $1190
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nope I have 5 lug outers

the shafts I ordered directly from rcv, I believe they were $1240
but if you use the pirate 4x4 discount code you get $50 off making them $1190
Aww Hell you have it easy then. I have to get custom shafts for this 9" so my lug patterns match, just don't know everything mosier is asking
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Koyn, sure, just let me know when you want it done.
thanks Kris, I went ahead and ordered the 5.13's and an ox locker, I still need to measure and order the cable for it thoe

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Aww Hell you have it easy then. I have to get custom shafts for this 9" so my lug patterns match, just don't know everything mosier is asking
yeah at one point I thought about trading the half ton outers for 3/4
but with the super 88 kit the shafts are drilled for both 5 on 4.5 and 5 on 5.5
so it was just to convenient to roll with what was already there
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Both trucks look great! I'm jealous!
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The red rangers right rear leaf spring looks happy! Is that a chevy 63 that I see all twisted up?
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the 8.8 started out at 59 wide
Good to know.

EB D44s are also 59 inches wide according to TRS's article on D44s. That means if I ever SAS with the axles I want to (Expo 8.8 and EB D44 or 76-78 F250 D44 shortened to EB length) I would be perfect width all around.

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The red rangers right rear leaf spring looks happy! Is that a chevy 63 that I see all twisted up?
They are Deaver F31's.
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I hate turning a picture thread into a 20 questions thread, but how much lift did those deavers give you Ryan?
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I hate turning a picture thread into a 20 questions thread, but how much lift did those deavers give you Ryan?
When they were new they gave about 2-3" over stock with the factory block removed. After they got broke in I had to put shackles in to keep them at that height, so at that point you might get 2" of lift over stock with the factory block in place. They flex like hell though so the small amount of lift isn't so important.
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